Fireworks and Topanga’s Mountains

Fireworks

Enjoy the celebrations but keep Topanga safe.  Fireworks are illegal in Santa Monica Mountains!

Fireworks possess a special ability to mesmerize and enrapture people with its vibrant, sizzling colors and awe-inspiring display—truly evoking a sense of wonder and unity.

But for Topanga, fireworks can pose a life-threatening risk—and it’s illegal. Not only is Topanga designated a Severe High Fire Risk area, it is also one of the most difficult areas in the state to defend in a wildfire. And we all know, it only takes a spark.

For your viewing pleasure, here are some authorized July 4th firework shows near the Topanga area. Click below to find out when the shows begin, how best to get there, and if advance tickets are required.

Fisherman’s Village, Marina Del Rey

Pali High School, Pacific Palisades

Warner Park, Woodland Hills

Not so close to Topanga, but sounds like lots of fun:

Hollywood Bowl Fireworks Spectacular

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Catalina 4th of July Celebration

Universal Studios Hollywood Spectacular

Note: Calabasas High School will not have a fireworks show this year due to construction.  See other authorized fireworks locations in and around Los Angeles.

Topanga has several viewing vantage spots around our mountains to enjoy valley firework shows. We ask you not use your own fireworks of any kind. If you see suspicious activity, call 9-1-1. Or call the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department at 818-878-1808.

DO NOT set off any fireworks in our mountains and enjoy the holiday safely!